Remote Working

Minnesotans face demands of new work life

by Jackie Crosby, Star Tribune, March 29, 2020 Workers, businesses adapt to landscape of technology overload, isolation, child care demands to anxiety of the unknown.

Remote Working: Good in a public health crisis, good for business generally

Minnesota companies look to remote working as a strategy in the era of COVID-19, but the benefits can outlive the pandemic. Star Tribune, March 9, 2020, By Mary Morse Marti :

Free Rides for Critical Workers

Nice Ride logoNice Ride is offering free 30-day bike share memberships to critical workers (health care, transit, and first responders). Essential workers can access unlimited 60-minute rides through June 5. Those interested in free rides can sign up through their employers. More information here.

Remote Work: The New Normal?

Massive numbers of workers began working remotely in March, many of us adopting new work habits seemingly overnight. We’re getting better at telework and the strategy will likely stick around after the pandemic crisis wanes. Read an analysis from the Brookings Institution.

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